Comcast RISE (select cities)
Comcast RISE will award 500 recipients in five cities with a grant package that includes business consultation services, educational resources, monetary grant, creative production, media schedule, and a technology makeover. From June 1-30, eligible small businesses in Baltimore, Detroit, Memphis, Philadelphia, and Portland, OR can apply for the Comcast RISE program.
Business Impact Grant (BIG) program for women of color whose businesses are making a difference in the lives of others and the world. Applications will be accepted June 1-August 31, 2023. Up to $5,000
Backing International Small Restaurant Grant (AmEx)
In partnership with the International Downtown Association Foundation, the program will supply $450,000 in grant funding to help independent restaurants with community significance.
100x Impact Accelerator
100x Impact Accelerator, a leading global impact accelerator based at the London School of Economics (LSE), is calling for applications to its second cohort. 100x aims to create the next generation of “social unicorns”– organizations working to achieve positive impact on the scale of billions. Applications are welcome from eight impact areas including climate change and the environment; democracy; education; equitable economies; happiness and wellbeing; health and social care; new frontiers; refugees and cohesion.
Walter Grant (for writers)
The Walter Dean Myers Grant program was established to provide grants of $2,000 each to promising diverse writers and illustrators who are currently unpublished.
Global Good Fund Fellowship
This program is for emerging leaders and entrepreneurs with diverse ethnic, religious, economic, geographic and gender experiences. Ideal entrepreneurs are dedicated to their own self-discovery and development and must hold a full-time leadership position at their social enterprise which has been operational for ideally two to five years. Upto $10,000
Justice 40 Accelerator
The Justice40 Accelerator is a community of peer organizations from across the U.S. that are driving community-led solutions to benefit those who are at the frontlines of climate, environmental, and social injustices. Once the 12-month active programming concludes, organizations are encouraged to stay engaged in the relational network to support, mentor, partner, and advocate for each other. Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) status, fiscally sponsored projects, and cooperatives based in the U.S., including sovereign lands located within the U.S. and its territories, are eligible to apply.
Uber Eats and Visa Sustainable Packaging Grant
If your business is based in Los Angeles or New York City and meets the eligibility criteria, you can apply for a chance to be awarded a $10,000 credit to transition to more sustainable packaging. Up to $10,000
Neighborhood Partner Program Grant (thru PSE&G)
The NPP provides support to grassroots, community based organizations in areas focused on addressing the inequities and inequalities in under-recognized communities throughout PSEG’s service and operating territory. The PSEG Foundation seeks to assist our communities through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion, and factors affecting the under-recognized to reduce inequalities and inequities. Grants upto $15,000
Black Equity & Excellence Fund
The Black Equity & Excellence Fund supports community-based projects for the Black community of Central New York that promote and encourage self-sufficiency and improve the physical and economic conditions that affect quality of life. It also encourages dialogue that will strengthen race-related matters and support social and educational growth in the community. Applicants should be non-profits serving residents of Onondaga or Madison counties. Up to $75,000
Cannabis Business Assistance Fund
Maryland is offering grants and loans to help existing medical marijuana companies move into the state’s impending adult-use cannabis market. Up to $50,000
Moore County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Grant
To be eligible for funding under the program, the business must employ less than 100 employees and have a storefront presence in the county. Nonprofits that meet these requirements may also apply if they operate a storefront small business, like a resale store or a café. Up to $5,000
Oakland Black Business Fund
The Oakland Black Business Fund exists to make sure all black-owned small businesses in Oakland have access to essential technical assistance.
BLACKBONE Project, an initiative to help D.C. based Black women founders grow and scale their business with capacity-building resources, access to capital and mentoring.
Deadline: N/A, rolling
Geneva Microenterprise Grant
Small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs in the city of Geneva may be eligible for grants from the Community Development Block Microenterprise Assistance Program. Up to $30,000
Easton Small Business Grant Program
Any for-profit business with a principal location in the City of Easton, PA that is either leased or owned (with the business as the sole tenant) and that has been in operation for at least twelve (12) months. Eligible small businesses must have 25 employees or less. The business must certify that the resources are necessary for the continuing operations of the business located in the City. Up to $5,000
California Small Business and Nonprofit Covid-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Relief Grant
The Program will award funds to eligible California businesses and nonprofits that have incurred costs for COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave. Up to $50,000
Small Business Growth Fund
In partnership with Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN) and with funding from Etsy and Progressive, Hello Alice’s Small Business Growth Fund is offering $5,000-$25,000 grants to provide entrepreneurs the capital they need to make their next move.
To be eligible, a business must be a U.S.-based, for-profit business, have a commitment to its customers and community, and have a clear plan to use the grant funds.
Deadline: 07/21/23 @ 6 p.m. ET.
Restaurant Disaster Relief Fund
Disasters are unpredictable — but critical support shouldn’t be. The average small business loses $3,000 every day they remain closed due to a natural disaster. To help restaurants recover in times of critical need, DoorDash has partnered with Hello Alice to create the Restaurant Disaster Relief Fund. The fund supports restaurants impacted by natural disasters like fires, floods, and hurricanes, and provides relief through $10,000 grants.
Deadline: 06/30/23 @ 6pm EST